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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1930

RICE THRESHER 1 f I f A i Y i I i i f I B.S.U. HAS COMPLETE ORGANIZATION IN THE SCHOOLS JF SOUTH Council Member Gives Detaili Of Union's Activities On Campus By O. C. TALBERT The Baptist Student Union i« an or- ganization of all the BuptiKt St uilentft in Klce, and Is part of the Southwide 11. 8. U., which consists of orffuniza- iionx in nearly all of the colleges and univerBitieti in the South. The ltice B. S. U. include! the Hlce .Sunday School classes at First. Sec- ond and Main Baptist churches, and the Owl B. Y. P. 17. of South Main, and the varsity B. Y. P. U. of First church. The purpose of the U. 8. IT. is to direct the religious activities of the Baptist students on the campus, and to unify the work of the unit or- ganizations in the various churches. The activities of the B. S. U. are under the supervision of Miss Mildred Wheeler, student secretary, who maintains an office in the Autry House. When the Autry House was opened by the Episcopalians, an invita- tion was extende...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1930

FOUR RICE TH RE8HCR ■p CANTY TO ANNOUNCE AT S.M.U,TRACK MEET "Ted Canty of Chicago, who is one of the outstanding and best known figures of the irack world, will bo chief auuouncer of second unnuul S. M, C. relays," l>r. H. N. niackwoll, busi- ness manager of athletics of S. M. 1'., said today. S. M. U'. is extremely forlunnle to have Mr. Canty back for the. second year. Canty is the best; known and most popular track anuouncer iu the nation. For sev- eral yours lie has been the anuouncer of most of the large meets. People who attended the relays last year remember the colorful little announcer as one of tlie high lights of the day. Canty is very small ot stature, but. has a big voice which carries like a bell. His knowledge of track and records and his memory of past track events keeps the crowd posted with the entire procedure. His witticism and "bright cracks" keeps tlic crowd in laughter most of tiio time. LADY GEDDES PRIZE ESSAYS DUE MAY 10 Englishman Responsible for Fund fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1930

THE THRESHER fell RICE SENDS 15 MEN TO MEET AT TEXAS AND S.M.0.THIS WEEK National Cinder Start Are To Take Part in Bif Relays By Stuart Lamkin To Austin aud Dullus went thi: track team this week-end, to participate in the Texas relays today and in the 8. M. U. games tomorrow. L«d by Captain Claude Bracer, fif- teen of them left Houston yesterday morning early with hope strong to do as well this year as Rice teams have in former meets of this nature. It was last vear at tha Texas game* that Bracey ran the 100-yard dash in .5 seconds. The track eyes of the nation will be on him. I.elunil, Simp- son and Kord line up for the starter's gun this afternoon. The first three are much Improved runners over last year, while Ford is a sophomore from the North who has beaten Simpson In the short dashes this indoor season. Simpson, it is recalled, is the win- ner of the intercollegiate 100 and 220- yard dashes last year and is the man who later set a new world's record In the 100-yards, using sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 28 March 1930

ft THE THRESHER BIG PARTY PLANNED Prof. Pound to WINANS, HOLLAND FOR HAIRYEARS TO Go t(\New York AND DEBNEY WILL FOLLOW ENG'G SHOW ■ ADDRESS SEMINAR Plans for Final Banquet Also Announced at Session of Society By 0. C. Talbert Awj'juiwhwiu was irtn.dc Wednes- day cv'•«! « ;'H a >m--tlng of the Kn- glinvrtm: of .1 hig puny ami fl).- )u:Id by lucnt-Wei-i* n[ the '■"'"•i.'!;. "it \V. iincsfla\, April '.'U, fid- ,(h,. Kligliteoritu: Sluov li'ri-d '.'('lit ; in i.|i appQiliTOii rl!!.alrl,S;'i!i >'! 'Im affair ,mu1 aimouui < <i hifi a;i I'lHiilnkfci'K at 1 (Ittit 5i't- i n| . i'K at 11 tip' « I ) Ulfit ptiriiy: ii'tttf! vfj Mil t lifti ;>r ti 11' W .' Mend. tii;'£'li;i: Mr V , i; i I'll ill' ':1 >- -id> i;v ' : ; I 11.' ' I if | '.* 1 V i • I '.IS- I'iuV ' iiiiilil'tl M #1U! SiiM proffri Him pf fii! I'i-'W ■ Mil' .iW t llti :f> U&' '•mIWH £t« iVM.'.i, ><.; ft# In :<■! hjee' ■1' M® . M| I'tli'JI'l i| i ;1 I'liWi/ii' ''O. 'ionfrjro.'Vt.iJ ,;'1:lio ■nVjt'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 April 1930

;.3 s EDITION mm -NH Mi KlftK STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE ' ' ■ < i JUNIOR EDITION VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1930 NO. 25 wnnHrTnSUMnp? May Court Complete PLAY THIS SEASON A , | TT- • . Announces the King Executive Committee Will Announce Selection At Early Date Despite all circulating reports to the contrary, the Rice Dramutlc Cluo wilt produce another play before the year is finished, according to Helen Wil- liams, president of the club. This play, which is now under considera- tion by the executive committee of the club, will embody all of the high entertainment values seen in the "Royal Family," and all the broad bits of humor and delicate subtleties found in "The Admirable Crichton." It is a play which will draw a good season to a brilliant close. Through some error Houston news- papers have spread abroad the Idea that "The Admirable frlchton" was the Dramatic Club's last production of the year. This is by no means the truth. Patron and season tic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 April 1930

THE THRESHER O THE DR. EDGAR ALTENBURG A weekly paper published by the Students of Rle« Institute during the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered ns second class matter October 17, 1916, at the postoffiee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Ted Sftrotijr Robert lll'nws Elbert Tus'iiht 'Mii ririiij iti OM&feji i:i (tfih'v l"f I vjlrelnio Editor Buslines* Manager Managing Editor THE .JUNIOR THRESHER STAFF iiiiSSilll 'CuH't/j V'ifelijt,' I {' <;•< I X" "V. It Kl- Contributors >i luu'iit^i'. i,nwi, KiUl.ul' Associiti■<'■! I'idiloi , A.-ssueJul" I'M i) hi Muli,iuilitt Kdllot - , ... Bix.'i--ty Sports |*Va urn* lihglhtit'ttltlK . . A<1\ *tislJi« Advertising \-vvs Trwiu, \'iiii.n V :■ ■wcui.T, /•I'M .')!;.t 1.';■.,iil, Tod Sjitiiia. \V. C Itrown. Jinunli lirowii jhts^hysterica athlettca- business i (In outcome of this so-called 1Hj.— f• i■'< a At h kitten " that was in'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 April 1930

I '■m I 1 RICE THRESHER RECORDS FALL AT TEXAS AND S M U RELAYS LAST WEEK RICE OWLS SPLIT WW BILL WITH TPXAS AGGIES CH. E. TEAM BEATS THE HEIGHTS BOYS IN INTRAMURAL GAME Eastern Universities Take1 Ray Hart and Enck Show In a ?«- u ■ B «.* t n. .. . . , I erniion in tint Field House In tlw intra- Major rortion 01 j Well tor Uwls ! mural contests Hie ba*kotbull toum Titles , i cvf c.heniicttl enmlnoem d^fouiud the The Ult'H Owls utiutml t he xoukoii ! H«*lu:hl .iKurogHtion by I lie stiotv of 1*M Friday more ihan «... thou- ,U? n T7 lu« split ;i double header with the Tuxuh thru out. the first throe quarters* be- *and tricked ntliletOH from forty-novi-n ■ hi Hire Fiold. Shigti friglit,1 U'K holly etmlesi.ori with t|ut ishuins different unlvfirsiibts and coIU-kos W>r lU'rvoimnpus Ifwaiiwt of H holme the ; takinc tlic* lead in tlio fourl.li quart ar competed in the sixth annual Texas ' Hwi nouferemsp mum- for Urn Institute 'mid ii and win relays. Although hampered by a nIow «« dmiiioro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 4 April 1930

the t h res her HAIRYEARS WILL HEAR W. N. LYNCH WEDNESDAY, APR. 9 Texas Light and Power Co. Man Will Bring Film to Illustrate Talk W, N. I.vtn ll, ill! l.lfirlal (if till! T«i.\iis l'i)«i i- 4tnii l.ijf'K 1 '< ni|iniiy unil a resident oC iHVIhu-, will siihhii i<> a mealing; ci£ Mjt Kim Iitigii4<''}!flup So- i lety U"c(tni .«((lav "V.-iiIhk .'(I 7 W lit Uif senior common*. Mr. Uyneli is also brfngtiiK !l H:l"u>xvlim 6ine of the c«n:ftraction and <Ii tfie Hi ll ion of Ills company. Tin." speaker him inn yei annouuecd liifi subject, aeeiwlirltf lo Wlrcli Will- li«, wliu has bptSn itift ritmentiil In brill,]Mint; Mr. I.yni'li to Houston ihc meeting. I.;iti;sl il>>\eloiuiH'nls ill | hp Kineei'liiK hIkkv and matter* of ill"-' from ilie munugeiV meeting which will itiunedlately precede the Moeiety meetiittt Mill be illviilpoil. This tnwting will be the last held by the doeiety before the eimiHeeriiiK oliow • ■pens April I * Kred Craig, in charKe of the frolic lo be ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 April 1930

*1 I It • ' SfMPHfftt STUDENT WEAKLY OUTBURST I Soph Edition RICE INSTITOOT VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1930 NO. 26 Engineering Show Will Open Friday New Exhibits and Advertising Plans Are Developed For Sixth Show Development* In plans for the sixih biennial Engineering Show, which will open next Friday, have come rapidly during the past week. General Mana- ger Egerton Itobb announced on Wednesday the completion of nix projects which will mean greater ad- vertising i.ml more exhibits tor the show, Twi' enormous pas fit-res, to be in- stalled by the Houston lias and Fuel Company will be used in lighting the parking places to be prepared back of the girls tennis courts, Thes ■ Hares will be similar to those installed w'heu natural gas rirst came to tfousion. Stickers for automobiles wet* be- ing distributed (Ids morning by stu- dents and business houses In Hous- ton. Street car posters will appear early next week ori cars ol the Hous- ton Electric Company. Some of these ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 April 1930

<? Page 2 THE SLASHER THE A weekly paper published by the Student* of Rice Institute during th« months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeks of September. Entered as second class matter October 17, 1916, at the poatofflee In Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Ted Strom! Robert 1 limes Elbert Turner SLASHER STAFF b-vitin w. i ai.iu ■. HE1.ISS I'iAT'I H Wll.l.KTTA JOHNSON J-WJ-f J u HKTIi < . IM K I-' I N . ... KEN l.KK M \HliiV KS HAHVKV .. . Contributors itl.1 I' l«;| it *■' t* Editor Business Manager Managing; Editor Editor .Sot'teiiy and Feature* ., j r. Features N't w 1 .. Sports Art I 'out I'ihlllOt'H WHAT'S WRONG? far .tint's wroiri" wJlih tit'- WopHpmore class? II j-'.nr the poorest exhibition of dass spirit cvff seen at Kimi bus been ,■ Idi• nee by the s.mnd yeiireni I-1 . (■ 1;tk.-t w. i < ,n ■ <d the be^t i'reshtnnn .> - that hut n«-r entered (ho institute Thcj itiruvrf mil in full regalia i....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 April 1930

"1 > i 1 THE SLASHER CPORTSLANTC ^ By KKN LEE GRADUATING ATHLETES Even though (ha Freshman elans has the lirenteni number of neloct athletes iu the history ot thes ehool, it In goiiiB iu be a difficult task to replato those gruduatliut thin June. Truck, baseball, footbal and basket ball all come In for their share. of the osspN. It Is rather hard to decide which sport will suffer the mot next year. We want to see the Frenchman who can play end us well as Frank Power and whoever takes his place will have to he a great performer us well as a social lion for Frank is equally adept at, both, And tlieti there's Doctor Bush Jones. It wll be some tusk for anyone to fill the doctor's place as he was one of the ftghteuest guard* what ever fought. The gridiron will miss him in there next year. Then who can run as fast us Uracey or as long as Willis? Track loses two great, colorful athletes whose absence will be felt In no small degree. In basebul, Screw-ball Keith is a valuable man to let,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 11 April 1930

lit THE SLASHER CHEM. FRATERNITY GIVES BIG BANQUET FOR NEW MEMBERS Texas State Hotel Is Scene of Entertainment and Initiation Friday. March 28, tin? Alpha Alpha chapter of lJlil Lambda ttpsilon, na- tional honorary chemical fraternity, entertained their spring initiate# with a banquet. It la the polity of the organization to admit not more than on<; junior each year, but due to the exception- ally high Btanding ot three Junior stu dent chemists they were all initiated the previous Saturday. The banquet ot the Texas State Hotel last week was the lighter recognition of the more formal occasion The tlierue of the affair was the alchemical period wlif-U grimy al- chemists sin«ed their hair over smokey furnaceH and hid their specu- lations concerning the nature of the philosophers' stone and elixir of life in obscure ami mysterious symbols. 1 it" Wi-iser. :i member of Eta chap- 'or. a ml I- .1 Durham, oddest meiu- 1>-■ i' "I Alpha Alpha chapter, as yell ts tin- neophytes, Alexander...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 April 1930

§ 4 Engineering Edition Dedicated to the Sixth Show STUDENT WEEKLY PUBLICATION RICE INSTITUTE VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1930 NO. 27 Engineering Show Opens Today KENNETH DAMERON GOES TO NEW YORK FOR WLD. EXAMS Economics Instructor Will Receive Degree in June Kenneth Dameron, Instructor In Economics at the Institute, Is in New- York this week, standing examtm- tions at, Columbiu University for liin Doctor of Philosophy degree The de- gree of Doctor of Philosophy its eco- nomics will be awarded to Mr. Dam- eron at the university commencement at Columbia late this spring. During Mr. Dameron's absence his clalses have been discontinued, but his return is expected Tuesday. An hour examination will be held hi I he Economics 200 classes Tuesday, ac- cording to an announcement on the bulletin board. Mr. Dameron has, since, coming to Rice, distinguished himself by Ills ac- tivities in the business circles of Hons ton and the state. An authority on marketing matters, he has apo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 April 1930

THE THRESHER THE A weekly paper published by the Students ef Rice Institute during the months of October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and the last two weeke of September. Entered aa second class matter October 17, 1918, at the postofflce In Houeton, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THE ENGINEERING STAFF Jr. Ted Strong Robert Hltues Elbert Turner l|o«n Pond Fred Ma ha (ley. Illlly UtiMHt II . ........ \V. K Hruiuli'ji Gardner Suiile Lucille Davis . . ... A, 8. -I-iwifjlir .., CONTRIBUTORS o A. Flm-hor. ('. Mlroii, I'. Morrill, A. M. WlMnmii, K. K. Kttld, F. Royie, V H i 'ufMf. .1 South, W. K. Van Zand!,, J. T. Hurt,. . Koeppe. Alberta Black, It Mendiill. Jr.. I). Hose, (V It. Itawlinson, Wlilettu Juhnson. (Wevieve I'yle, K< S. Robb. J, 11. Found. WHY STUDY ENGINEERING? Tilt- university graduate who deliberately xt'leeu lit vocation (and he is minli too ran:1 ;i. person foi his own good) uxtiall}1 does .so with two ends in vi>-vv'. liis!. ihi-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 April 1930

*" f mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmrn TNI THWISHBR Hum Tu . ,L. V- J ■ ■> 11 1 11 (■ Sll®te!f , l1' I '■' ! 1M'- ii' ■' ■RHHH : 111a < is T'ri d < , -V" .; j|fV' i IY^iferf" fcV . m £$■§ \ k- ?* • iiytroSlpw n ■''■■■■-•> '■• •■ IT'' 1 v : ■■■• ':■'■!■ '■i'l-i 3.i.-, >-• < v-1.;1 ■■] - lllillii .*'ars'!jfc ™-«rPPfflJI *P¥B 'TW^PS? ■ pPw iii*i!iBli|l ■IlKVd' .r;: '. .':'rj&stf sSr *; •SwSSW: s gjpoKWMi \jfrtA 5$ m \ pdi % m yaM B -pm: inMil . '■ ■<$$$*%: WE CONGRATULATE THE RICE ENGINEERS rifji 0 :>.'■ ' 1 I Is ON THEIR SIXTH BIENNIAL SHOW —♦ £}>< •« .(IJTNU.. SAXET ICE CREAM COMPANY LONE STAR CREAMERY COMPANY HOUSTON LABOR JOURNAL RICE HOTEL LAUNDRY PARKE ENGRAVING COMPANY NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE ROGERS-GANO ADVERTISING AGENCY J. J. SWEENEY JEWELRY CO. JESSE H. JONES LADIN COMPANY GUARDIAN TRUST COMPANY W. STEWART BOYLE PITTSBURG PLATE GLASS CO. HENDRIX DAVIS (AETNA LIFE INS. CO.). ORIENTAL CLEANERS &...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 April 1930

THI THRESHER i m OF GROWING IMPORT Opportunist for Workers Almost Unlimited in New Realm By ELTON F. REID While analytical chemistry concerns itself with taking things apart, syn- thetic ehemh fcry putts thing* together. The synthesis of common table salt may t>>* effected b> burning metallic sodium In an lumnspliere- of poisonous .Chlorine Ux. The direct hydrogena- tion of vegetable oils to fitful edible fats 1# a notable example of synthetic chemistry. Th Ideal chemical synthe- sis is the exact duplication of some u at ma I product through a building up jm'ocoss from raw materials. The production oi artificial sill;, known in America as rayon, is olit-n lefcrrcd to by aiuiIJayon J# noi a duplieie tion or natural It is an art if (vial as chemical synthc>.is, but It Is sCi.otib Milihtitutv; I 'i 1V. <;h"trtieal ^.vtu'ie-'ls1 v< bccoMlng a 'mastur |iey to' world .progress, syn r.'tt'Tic .mil it of amt'oriu couipijsiiimj mil suiicrior nutritious qualities will repiai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 April 1930

i THE THRESHER ¥ V Annual Invitation Meet Tomorrow MORE THAN FRY SCHOOLS ENTERED Golden Bears Favored to Win Title for the Fourth Time Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock Itlco's fifth annual renewal of the Institute's high school Invitation meet will get under way. Hundreds of stars from over fifty Texas high schools will take part In the affair, which Is one of the largest and most famous Invitation meets In the South. Held as It Is this year, on the second day of the IUce Engineering Show, it Is certain to attract thousands of vis- itors. Preliminary heats will btj run in the morning, with finals in all events ■tartlng at two in the ufternoon. It is very essential that all poaches of teams entered meet in the Field House at 8:30 Saturday morning to dispose of matters pertaining to places in events, time and entries. The San Jacinto High School Gold- en Bears of Houston are the defend- ing champions. As the Bruins are city and district champions of the ln- terscholHStic League again th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 18 April 1930

THE THRESHER MANAGER OF FIRST SHOW TELLS OF ITS ORIGIN AND GROWTH B* HENRY A. TILLETT JR. flow lime ilot'H fly! li hardly .si'cms possible thru ten years coulcl haM' passed so soon. In aslsinn me to nnimv ilu1 cliTunisiuiii'fM surrmmdiuB ta first KuKinwrins Show, this edi- tor ri-rininly has crmlHed imi with having a batter memory than ! per- haps am nl>l to prove that l lime, so tin; instances related are only a* 1 re- call theui ami limy In,- disputed justly by sotneimo elite who wifs I here "JllJ11 i IIK It over." Iii tb| btrholaHtfc year tluvrfl w1i.s * yoiitm M. ft. Inst i actor h.v till1 nsimi,* Of Art 1)111* Viil«let'pt <d, a fine follow,! IiuukIi very fjtilfft aha tin- pn'teiitiou*. l.ivinir uil lite second floor of tin' tower of t.ht* Knst WinK wliri'o bin ntlti/ was, w'w frequently ilisi, !|s«im1 educational posKlliilltand having tin* only ptfivate leU-phone 111 scliu.il 'amoiis t.Jii;! MutU-nt* our room was;fri'iiwuitlf tln> (•.■nt >r nf various ' VI" nf <"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 April 1930

<5V s m 1 * R t mmimm m VOL. 15 HOUSTON, TEXAS. FRIDAY. APRIL 25, 1930 NO, 28 Slime Navv Down to AlaAe rl snappif ®li pi iiajfiftt Fuv Hi.. )« i ftvn jnwilrs it.inhif fVjn-.il juydr pla>-.<« tlio iH'tor- i i In- 2<i there I.in.:- ImVJhminor.. «i u Miu ' row,A|<M Sor Urn knin ivh'U b> 'hi- Kit<- to like place f111 • i- ill-- Mav Foffc ,'Ul «|!JpK Km I'iH)^; five vhfbm' .hii-i -:Ul'rmi„ Mm a ■ ^..a tucked thv pirji ■'«« (trt| ''lift:I 'jifi' ..f jMiivcr n od the I'liinlf. (if' "ir- .prmjiys^c:-:, aiid have | Tlx blind" ji (if si.i'.'il noyw lieoii nliln i«i |u.it <>iu' iM.'-r Kii ■ •1 <;.?ri (ij,, Kixn':::." ti'Uil';- p( Oils Kit'ft ..u.o nuu . itfcft/ilii l'"<: '%'ifii' ii 'tit alii .jWf mi# slrwnKtjf, 'bjin oer:^ «tUi-:i;^j||i©j Pifeii ||i'. ,' ' < bealp'li.lld,.,; ; ;njli It'll(„,"'. M1.JV ;■(!,... A bc.ilUt.V COM'rAt /I'.ilh, ill'lil til 't.l(.t; i'l.l/ liifei'i Wilt',"!"1 II }i'l!< M ' :"ht: !■ „ (i(iniill( *;iirt tfi select ivkk'. &c.hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rice Thresher — 25 April 1930

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Publication Title: Rice Thresher, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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